why window7 resume again while upgrading to 10

April 9, 2016 at 02:44:44
Specs: Windows 7, 4ghz/2gigs
when I start upgrading from 7 to 10,after shutting down, window 7 resumes instead of window 10.
how can I fix this problem.
upgrading is carried out by window 10 notification icon on the desktop.

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April 9, 2016 at 05:19:14
Take it to be an omen. Stick with Win7. Use GWX Control Panel to block the upgrade.


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April 10, 2016 at 14:45:14
1) Can we know, how many HDD’s and Operating System’s do you have in computer.
2) If Windows 10 upgrade is completed, then I would suggest you to unplug all storage devices and then turn on system.
3) Do you get any error message while booting system to Windows.

Let’s hope for the best.

Lou N |Tech Support Team

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April 10, 2016 at 20:34:22
Post your system specs since not all Windows 7 machines make the conversion well. If your system has fairly recent hardware then there is a reasonable chance but if the hardware is many years old then I would not recommend it for you. Generally if the machine was made within a couple of years of when Windows 8 came out then is should be easy, if not then it is less clear.
I performed the upgrade on a number of Windows 8 machines at work and my daughter's brand new laptop and what I found was that it worked best when you first did a fresh Windows update and then did the Windows 10 upgrade through the download page rather than through the Windows Update or the pop up suggesting the upgrade. Another thing I noticed was that if you have more than one log on, you MUST be logged on as the Administrator. If you log in as a user and just approve the install with your admin password, the install will go through almost all of the install and then fail.
I hope that this helps you.
In my opinion, unless there is an overriding reason to do the upgrade, Windows 8 machines should almost always be upgraded (Windows 10 is much better and easier to use and administer) but Windows 7 machines that are running well should be left alone, especially the older ones. I personally am OK with Windows 10 but like Windows 7 better. I feel that Windows 8 was almost as bad a flop as Windows Vista and ME were in their days. Windows 7 is easy to administer, Windows 10 has many things hidden but you can find them and they mostly work OK but Windows 8 appears to fight you much of the time.

You have to be a little bit crazy to keep you from going insane.

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